The Popjustice forums have moved to a new home at www.popjustice.com/talk. Let's see what people are talking about.
In Boy Duo Ejaculation Checklist, Popjustice user MarkNYC kicks off a discussion about pop acts whose members are both MALE and COUNTABLE ON TWO FINGERS. This takes in the lies of Lo-Fi-Fnk, Dangerous Muse (pictured), Le Sport, The Tough Alliance, Neighbourhood, The Similou, 100 Bullets Back, To My Boy and Tiptop.
The topic titled McFly — Just My Luck tackles the Lindsay Lohan movie the band have been banging on about since the dawn of pop. The amazingly-named Popjustice user Sian! At The Disco went to see it the other day and wore a McFly hat to the cinema. "I noticed most of the people bobbing along to their songs," she writes. Stop press: McFLY HAVE CONQUERED AMERICA!
Words like "masterpiece" and "astonishing" are being knocked around in the non-cunningly-titled Pet Shop Boys — Fundamental. That's nice.
In Will Clea Make It Big In 2006?, the fate of the other lot off Pop Rivals is discussed. "Do u think the girls will finally make it bigger this year and break into the top 10 with their singles?" asks one user. "No," seems to be the answer. Even someone who bought their first album for sixty pounds (!!) on eBay isn't very impressed with the new material. "Where Girls Aloud have conquered," one punter writes, "Clea have failed. There is no competition — Girls Aloud have established their own signature sound, whereas Clea's material sounds dated." Another user correctly points out, however, that "the Uniting Nations mix [of the new Clea single] is strangely brilliant".
As you might expect, Rachel Stevens — 3rd Album brings up all the usual "she's good!" / "she's not good!" business and includes the observation that "some of us are masochists".
And finally, on the topic of Eurovision, Regionalism in the contest is a memetic epidemic is, hands down, the greatest Popjustice messageboard topic title of 2006.
So there you go